A Dubai court compels the individual in a tax case to pay Denmark $1.25 billion.

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates Just days after another Dubai court rejected  

an extradition warrant for him, a British man accused by Denmark  

of orchestrating a $1.7 billion tax fraud was ordered by a Dubai court to 

pay Copenhagen's tax authorities $1.25 billion, according to court  

documents viewed on Friday. The Dubai Court of Appeal's decision 

against Sanjay Shah is a result of a civil lawsuit Denmark's tax authorities brought  

against him four years ago as part of their probe into one of the  

biggest tax fraud cases the nation has ever seen. 

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